The Apple AirTag basically helps users keep track of and find important items, whether it be a handbag, wallet, luggage, keys, backpack, or other items. It does this by tapping into the Find My network to help locate the item, all while keeping location data private and anonymous with end-to-end encryption. Read more to see what happened when one guy sent them to Tim Cook, Elon Musk and even North Korea.
AirTag is small with precision-etched polished stainless steel, and is IP67 water- and dust-resistant, but that doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. All of these AirTags were shipped from Frankfurt, Germany, and throughout their journey, the Find My network was able to locate exactly where they were. Let’s just say that the ones sent to Elon Musk at SpaceX headquarters and North Korea really never made it to their intended recipients, while Tim Cook’s team sent an interesting response back after letting it sit for weeks.
- Keep track of and find your items alongside friends and devices in the Find My app
- Simple one-tap setup instantly connects AirTag with your iPhone or iPad
- Play a sound on the built-in speaker to help find your things, or just ask Siri for help
- Precision Finding with Ultra Wideband technology leads you right to your nearby AirTag (on select iPhone models)
- Find items further away with the help of hundreds of millions of Apple devices in the Find My network